American High School is a college preparatory high school and a forward thinking American high school online offering high school online classes for students. We prepare each student to take a college placement test (i.e., PSAT, SAT, ACT etc.), graduate and be ready for college. AHS keeps High School students engaged in learning by offering them dynamic, interactive, and innovative content utilizing the latest technology. We help students keep pace with our ever-changing world by customizing our courses to meet their individual needs. AHS provides a high quality, up-to-date curriculum that allows us to serve our diverse student population. We strive to create a positive environment in which all are challenged and inspired to achieve their potential. Our instructors embrace the student population by delivering exceptional guidance, supporting them with an unfailing belief in their success and exceeding all expectations about virtual learning. Whether you are looking to supplement your current eductaion, or looking to complete your complete your online schooling with homeschooling programs mixed with online learning, having an American high school online can help you achieve your goals of receiving your high school diploma online. With distance learning becomming more and more popular, you want to find the right online high school to fit your needs. Please see our online classes for high school below.
American high school online - Supporting Homeschooling Programs
- AP / Honors Courses
- Summer School Courses.
- AHS summer courses is available to students 9-12
- Transcript with credits completed at AHS will be sent to appropriate high school.
- Dual Credit Courses (High school + College credit) COMING SOON
The basic core requirements appear below:
English (Language Arts): 4.0 Credits
Take English every year. Traditional courses, such as American and English literature, help you improve your writing skills, reading comprehension, and vocabulary.
- Reading, Grammar Punctuation: English 9
- Writing/composition: English 10
- American Literature: English 11
- British Literature: English 12
Math: 4.0 Credits
You need algebra and geometry to succeed on college entrance exams, in college math classes, and in most careers. Take them early on and you'll be able to enroll in advanced science and math in high school-and you'll show colleges you're ready for higher-level work.
- Pre-Algebra or Algebra
- Algebra II or Pre-Calculus
- Trigonometry, calculus, and/or statistics
Science: 3.0 Credits
Science teaches you to think analytically and apply theories to reality. Laboratory classes let you test what you've learned through hands-on work. Six semesters are recommended.
- Two semesters in biology
- Two semesters in chemistry and/or physics
- Two semesters in earth/space sciences, advanced biology, advanced chemistry, or physics
Social Studies: 3.0 Credits
Understand local and world events that are happening now by studying the culture and history that has shaped them. Social sciences round out your core curriculum.
- Two semesters in U.S. history
- One semester of U.S. government
- One semester in economics
- One semester in world history or geography
- One additional semester in the above, or other areas
Foreign Languages: 2.0 Credits
Solid foreign language study shows colleges you're willing to stretch beyond the basics. Many colleges require at least two years of foreign language study, and some prefer more. This is ideal for homeschooling programs.
The Arts: 1.0 Credit
Research indicates that students who participate in the arts often do better in school and on standardized tests. The arts help you recognize patterns, discern differences and similarities, and exercise your mind in unique ways, oftentimes outside of a traditional classroom setting.
Computer Applications: 1.0 Credit
More and more college courses and jobs require at least a basic knowledge of computers. Computer skills also can help you do research and schoolwork better and faster.
American High School Online Courses
Electives: 1.0 Credit for a total of 6.0 Credits
**NOTE: Only 2 consecutive years of a Foreign Language are required.**
These courses are perfect to supplement any k-12 homeschooling programs